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withdrawals cash from atm machine with a $2 fee from a gas station on 7 mile road in detroit. >> what did that add up to you? >> a few things. number one, what was matt doing at 7 mile in detroit. >> 7 mile, the northeast side is an especially rough piece of detroit turf. drug dealing gangs run the streets there, a bleak landscape of burned out houses and abandoned cars. >> why would matt take out all his money out of his account. >> matt was careful with his money. it didn't make sense. >> why would matt use an atm machine with a fee. >> you don't see matt withdrawing that himself. >> no. i was hoping it was him. somehow that didn't fit the picture at all. >> sunday came to an end and few people in matt's circle could sleep that night. the next day, one of the same nearby suburbs, a teenager cashing a paycheck would be pulled into the mystery surrounding matt landry. she got the scare of her young life. >> when we come back, a life and death drama at the bank. >> as soon as i saw the check on the counter, felt a gun to the back of my head. >> what could this have to do with matt. questio
in detroit reportedly paying millions of dollars for phone lines that aren't even being used. john bennett is the detroit office moved out of these buildings 8 years ago but never canceled the phone service. according to bennett taxpayers have been pay ago quarter of a million dollars each year ever since all while he and fellow officers take pay cuts. >>> you are asking us to sacrifice more but you can't have the resources we have. i don't know if you could call it a mistake. you can call it negligence. >>> the city not confirming or denying those claims. the police department now launching its own investigation. >>> listen to this one. >> look at this. looks like a gang member? the boy has been banned from wearing the payton manning jersey to school. the school says it is just too violent. >> he told me i couldn't wear18t any more because it's a gang number and i had to take it off. >> i am pretty upset about it. pretty up et the school has come down to this. they need to pay more to the education rather than what they are wearing. >> gangs that's what they are concerned about. the schoo
that we would let it go under and the romney statement, "let detroit go bankrupt," his definition of bankruptcy meant real bankruptcy, not just restructuring. it's going to hurt him in michigan and ohio what he has said about letting the auto industry go under. i think it will hurt him in the country. i find the reaction to that slogan-- imported from detroit-- having an amazing impact everywhere in the country, by the way. when that commercial hit that chrysler put on, it brought pride-- not just to michigan, not just to ohio. i'm telling you, i found it all over the country. >> ifill: congress, i want you to ask you to tell your story. >> it's an amazing story. three shifts there. they started making the chevy cruise which is selling like hotcakes all over the globe and just last week got an announcement that general motors is going to invest another $200 million in the lords town plant, which is going to solidify the next generation of cruise to be in northeast ohio. 4500 jobs, and that's not even talking the supply chain, as want senator knows very well it's seat manufacturers
took action. when detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry, and saved a million jobs. seven presidents before him, republicans and democrats, tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made a historic investment to lift our nation's public schools and expanded pel grants so that more young people could afford college. and because he knows that we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation from a generation of young, law-behindi inin inin ii students called dreamers. and now we need to make a choice, a choice that maybes it where millionaires can pay less, or a country where everybody pays their fair share, so that we can reduce the deficit and create the jobs of the future. it is a choice between a nation that slashes funding for our schools and guts pel grants, or a nation that invests more in education. and it is a choice between a politician who rewards companies that ship american jobs overseas, or a leader who brings jobs back home. this is the choice before us. and t
, but one thing that our savvy listeners took away from that, designer tracy reese from detroit, there is a long road from detroit to fashion week in new york or the runways in millan, and if a tracy reese can make, if a michelle obama can make it, that appeals to minorities, to women, to business owners. >> and reese tweeted out a big thanker, how honored she was. what about concert tickets tomorrow and office visits. >> bill bellamy and anthony anderson, two huge comedians coming to town, we're giving away tickets, visit 96.3, whur.com, and listen, and also we give wsh we do to an office every week, every thursday, we call it office of the week and bring the best doughnuts in the world, krispy kreme doughnuts and they're warm, and we have coffee. and we give away tickets. >> all right. so great to see you. >> great to be here. >>> a big day after. we appreciate it. we'll be listening tomorrow morning and see you next time. pat, back over to you. >> please no krispy kreme doughnuts, especially if they're hot. don't bring them here. >> i know, i know. >>> nokia today became the
? a person who says if four words let detroit go bankrupt or a president who had another four words, not on my watch. >> we're back live tonight with democratic national convention opening. this is republicans blasting the president or out of control debt. here is paul ryan in an iowa rally today. >> we just heard about an hour ago that our government eclipsed $16 trillion mark in our national debt. this is a serious threat to our economy. of all the broken promises from president obama, this is probably the worst one. because this debt is threatening jobs today, it's threatening prosperity today, and it's guaranteeing that our children and grandchildren get a diminished future. we have a debt clock at the convention last week. i don't see the debt clock this week. the problem is no leadership on this issue. the senate hasn't passed a budget in three years. we have a very clear choice ahead of us. are we going to stick to the same path, a nation in debt and doubt and in decline are going to let mitt romney get this thing turned around, cut spending, balance the budget and create job
romney, let detroit go bankrupt. the president, not on my watch. those are clear differences. mitt romney on his position on tax cuts for the most fortunate. the president, we got to make sure kids can afford to go to college. clear differences on policy. and i do believe and what i tried to say last night and this is true for the campaign going forward, there is going to be an unforeseen crisis, challenge or conflict that we can't see, it's going to come to the white house, it's going to land on that white house desk like a thud. whose values and whose judgment do you want and leadership in that oval office at that desk at that moment in time? a person who said to detroit and was wrong, not just said, if we followed his path, we would have lost a million manufacturing jobs in this country. if we had followed his path on housing, where he said just let it hit bottom, we would be wrong. lot of people are refinancing today because of the decisions the president made so they can hold on to their home. i think at every place, you have a clear distinction, clear choice, different paths with di
downpours along from the mid-atlantic to new england. stormy, saint lou s to grand rapids. around detroit and cincinnati as well. >> a sweltering 100 degrees in dallas, predicting will win the game. 90s, kansas city, to chicago. 80s on the east coast. from boise to salt lake city. >> grew up as an eagles' fan. can never root for the cowboys against religion in philadelphia. can't do that. >>> our first look at some of the rarest animals on earth, white tigers born in july at a zoo in the czech republic. >> to give you an idea how rare they are, one in every 10,000 bengal tigers is born white with black stripes. in the past 100 years, only a dozen have been spotted in the wild. >> starting today, the public has its chance to vote on the name of one of the male cubs. they can pick from a list of five names, liam, titan, woody and two others. >> wdoody? >> little tigers are going to be baptized on saturday. big couple days for the fellows. >> what would you name it? >> i don't know. >> toothy. >> teethy. >> see the fangs. >> i wouldn't mess with it. coming up next, couples who wait to have s
detroit go bankrupt," his definition of bankruptcy meant real bankruptcy, not just restructuring. it's going to hurt him in michigan and ohio what he has said about letting the auto industry go under. i think it will hurt him in the country. i find the reaction to that slogan-- imported from detroit-- having an amazing impact everywhere in the country, by the way. when that commercial hit that chrysler put on, it brought pride-- not just to michigan, not just to ohio. i'm telling you, i found it all over the country. >> ifill: congress, i want you to ask you to tell your story. >> it's an amazing story. three shifts there. they started making the chevy cruise which is selling like hotcakes all over the globe and just last week got an announcement that general motors is going to invest another $200 million in the lords town plant, which is going to solidify the next generation of cruise to be in northeast ohio. 4500 jobs, and that's not even talking the supply chain, as want senator knows very well it's seat manufacturers, the trucking company, the logistic companies. many of those ar
by the end of the year. >>> good news out of detroit, auto sales kicked into overdrive. demand for full-size pickups jumped 16% helping make august the strongest month for auto sales in three years. as dean reynolds reports, the increased demand means businesses are more confident the economy is recovering. >> 5 million americans either build or sell cars and trucks and workers showing up for the midday shift at gm's plant in arlington, texas, were smiling. >> that's wonderful. i hope they keep going up. everybody here needs to keep working. >> sales growth in august exceeded predictions and led usually cautious company executives like kurt mcneill of gm to crow about their progress. >> when you think about all the jobs that we provide to the u.s. and the supply base, it's incredibly important and it will continue to become more and more important to this great country. >> a small bump in the construction industry fueled pickup sales and it helped move suvs and sedans. with easier financing. cars.com says car makers have recovered from the recession. >> there's no doubt the u.s. industr
asked dean reynolds to look at why detroit is in high gear. >> reporter: five million americans either build or sell cars and trucks. today workers showing up for the mid-day shift at g.m.'s plant in arlington, texas, were smiling. >> that's wonderful. i hope they keep going up. everybody here needs to keep working. >> reporter: sales growth in august exceeded the predicts of industry analysts and led usually cautious company executives, like kurt mcneil of g.m., to crow about their progress. >> when you think about all the jobs that we provide to the u.s. and the supply base, it's incredibly important and it will continue to become more and more important to this great country. >> reporter: a small bump in the construction industry fueled pick-up sales and easier financing helped move s.u.v.s and sudans. industry analysts joe wiesenfelder of cars.com says car makers have recovered from the recession. >> there's no doubt the u.s. industry is in better shape than it was four years ago. it's really returning more to the way things were before 2008. >> reporter: the u.s. industry is now o
and dallas. mostly 80s from detroit to the east coast. 70s from billings to minneapolis. >>> when we come back this morning after the break, apple drops more clues about the iphone 5, as all that anticipation continues to build. >>> also, a big mac but hold the beef. doesn't sound right, does it? we're going to tell you about the new meatless mcdonald's. >>> and later, meet a little pool player that has a very big game. pocketing balls like the pros do. stay tuned. 1ñ >>> welcome back, everyone. the national debt is at a record high this morning. it's now more than $16 trillion, which works out to about $51,000 for every american. democrats and republicans are blaming one another. but whomever wins in november, congress will have to raise the government borrowing limit early next year. >>> apple is all-but confirming that it will unveil the iphone 5 next week. the company's invitation to its media event, has the number 12, the date, with the shadow forming a 5. apple may announce a miniipad, and some new ear buds and maybe a tv set. sales are down, though, as customers await, as we're al
keynote address by a latino, the antonio tx, julian castro. >> when detroit was in trouble, the autoaved industry and 1 million jobs. seven presidents before him try health care to all americans. president obama got it done. >> there was a tribute to edward kennedy and a message from carter >>sident jimmy . with all that remains to be done evidence the overwhelming, president obama america.ader for >> the dnc festivities are just getting started. wednesday night bill clinton address the delegates. obama will accept the nomination. on nomination on thursday. we will have reports week.hout the romney will face competition in virginia. the state board of elections as a former congressman virgil appear in the as ther ballot constitution party nominee. keeplicans tried to help off the ballot because of fears of the could take votes away from romney. the republicans are hard at work. paul ryan spent tuesday campaigning in iowa. romney continue to prepare for upcoming debate with president obama. maryland state highway crews roadsying to make their safer for drivers. today they will start remov
crushed. but then president obama took office and he took action. when detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry and saved a million jobs. seven presidents before him, republicans and democrats, tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made a historic investment to left public schools and because so that mb young people can afford college. he knows that we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation from a generation of young, law-abiding immigrants called dreamers. now it's time for congress to enshrine in law the right to pursue their dreams, the only place they've ever called home, america. four years ago, america stood on the brink of a depression. despite incredib odds. and united republican opposition, our president took action. and now we've seen 4.5 million new jobs. it's a choice between a nation that slashes funding for our schools and guts pell grants and a nation that investments more in education. and a choice between a politician who rewards companies that ship
many words, which is, you have one individual that said let detroit go bankrupt. and another, the president, said i've got your back. mitt romney said in vegas, when it came to housing, let it hit rock-bottom. the president said, let's figure out how you can refinance to hold on to it. clear policy choices. clear implications for the american people. different directives. and it's a choice. that's what it's going to take. and to finish that conversation, the president will lay out his vision, not just for the next four years. but their consequences for the next four years. >> president getting criticism for mitt romney. this is an issue the democrats took out, for the democratic platform, they said jerusalem and shall remain the capital of israel. mitt romney called it shameful. >> this is a red herring if i've ever seen one. the fact is, jerusalem has always been bipartisan, clearly, by all precedents. it's a discussion between the israelis and palestinians. and regardless of what george bush's platform. i don't know, george. i'm a mayor of the city of chicago. i know what t
-americans are not feeling mitt romney is because jobs are extremely important to us. right now in detroit, another town i've lived in 20 years, people are back to work because of barack obama saved the auto industry. not the level they'd like to, but in the right direction. >> two of tonight's featured speakers are former bain capital employees randy johnson and s cindy ewing. they've both appeared on this show to talk about the record. watch this. >> to me it's simple. it's profits before people. i don't think he's in touch for the reality of what it means to be on the shop floor. he's never been a manager on a shop floor. he's never done anything but produced profits for the rich. >> i really, really find his claims he created jobs to be offensive. because the jobs he created were entry-level service and retail positions. they were not jobs that gave people a living wage where they could support their families, send their kids to school. the jobs he eliminated in our plant absolutely were. >> these are two of the speakers tonight. do you expect a harsh attack on bain tonight? >> i certainly think they
office, and she took action. when detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry, and saved a million jobs. seven presidents before him, republicans and democrats, tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made an historic investment to lift our nation's public schools and expanded pell grants so that more young people can afford college. and because he knows we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to take action for the young generation of dreamers. now, it's time for congress to enshrine in law, their right to pursue their dreams in the only place they've ever called home, america. four years ago, america stood on the brink of a depression. fighting incredible odds, and united republican opposition, our president took action. and now we've seen 4.5 million new jobs. he knows better than anyone that there's more hard work to do. but we're making progress, and now, we need to make a choice. it's a choice between a country where the middle class pays more so the millionaires can pay less. or a country
to break up out. we have flight arrival delays in detroit chicago o'hare midway and back here at home midway and back here at home in[k<<> announcer: live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning welcome back to the abc7 morning news. you are looking at a live picture of the nasdaq exchange in new york this morning silicon valley tech company is ringing the opening bell there. the company is headquartered in san jose they are celebrating its inclusion in the nasdaq 100 a benchmark index if you will. joining this index is a positive sign. we'll ha
arrival delays into detroit, o'hare flight departure delays out of charlotte. >> announcer: live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> chance of scattered thunderstorms during the afternoon upper 50s to low 60s coast 70 to 80 bay, 80 to 90 inland. >>> 5:31 on this wednesday morning. we are learning more about the officer involved in a shooting on i-680. i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. that shooting left a suspect dead and a chp officer in critical. the investigation snarled traffic all day in alamo. highway patrol officials identified the officer as 37-year-old kenyon youngstrom, a seven year veteran and father of four. the shooting started as a traffic stop possibly for an expired registration. youngstrom walked up to the jeep and officials say the driver shot him. another chp officer shot and killed the suspect. officers have held vigil all night in walnut week where the wounded officer is on life support after being wounded in that shootout that closed 680 for several hours yesterday. our live team coverage begins with amy hollyfield. >> reporter: good mo
president joe biden told workers in detroit. >> do you want to know whether we're better off? i have a bumper sticker for you. osama bin laden is dead and general motors is alive. osama bin laden is dead and general motors is alive. >> we know it what vice president biden thinks but what do americans think? are they better off? according to a poll a majority of likely voters say the nation is in worse condition now than september, 2008. only 31% say the nation is in better condition and 15 say about the same. and there is a ousy number. >> 46% believe mitt romney is going to win and is that that is triking to the fox news poll had 57-39 so voters like to back a winner. these voters we've seen michelle obama they want to make this a choice, not a referendum. >> you did a poll on job performance said based on job performance does the president deserve to be reelected? yes. 40%. no, 54%. that is more damaging than barack obama. >> and that is bad news for obama campaign. that is what democrats are nervous about that is that we didn't see a big bounce and that means mitt romney gave a go
's no engine growl to speak of because this super car is electric. and it's not from detroit, germany or even japan. this prototype comes from a small company in croatia. they already have an order from the royal family in abu dhabi. >> so, chad myers, you got a cool million to buy one of these? >> $980,000. i don't have that either. >> tell me about it. >> have you ever driven an electric car? >> yes. >> if you ever get to vegas or some place else, find a place called pole position raceway. there are these electric go-carts. they fly. they have so much torque. it must be the way of the future because i get excited. 1,100 and some odd horsepower. >> talks about the torque vectoring control system so each wheel is controlled by a separate engine. >> yep. because when you go around a corner, the left wheel if you're going around a right corner, the left wheel has to go farther. it gives that wheel more power. it will turn the car for you. literally. like an active suspension. the right rear will spin more times than the left front will to get you around that corner. but only for a million dolla
. but then president obama took office and he took action. when detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry and saved a million jobs. [applause] seven presidents before him, republicans and democrats, tried to expand health care all-american. president obama got it done. [applause] he made a historic investment to expand progress so that more young people can afford college -- pell grants so that more young people can afford college. the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation from a generation of young, law-abiding immigrants. [applause] now it is time for congress to enshrine in law the right to pursue their dreams in the only place they have ever called home -- america. [applause] four years ago, america stood on the brink of a depression. despite incredible odds, a united republican opposition, our president took action and now we have seen a 4.5 million new jobs. he knows better than anyone that there is more hard work to do. but we are making progress. and now, we need to make a choice. it is a choice between a country where the middle class pays more said tha
. >> kimberly: well quick. tracy reese is talented african-american designer that comes from detroit. her fashions are affordable. i'm a fan of hers. it wear them. attending her fashion show on saturday. >> greg: you are not going to get a free dress out of this. >> kimberly: i know. but i like it. anyway, she looks great. dade great job. now her husband has to live up to that performance. will he? ahead, democrats change the party platform on god and jerusalem because of reporting by fox news channel? details coming up. stay with us. ♪ ♪ >>> i'm bret baier inside time warner arena in charlotte, north carolina. site of the democratic national convention. big story here, stunning reversal a few minutes ago of the language in the democratic party platform. tonight on "special report," democrats buck to intense pressure of the remuel of reference to god and jerusalem as the capital of israel. moments ago, a hotly disputed voice vote was held. reinstituting the language in an amendment which contains bothellments. we'll hear that and also hear there democrats on it. mitt romney sounds off
-- a person who said in four words -- let detroit go bankrupt. or a president who had another four words -- not on my watch! [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] >> a person who believed in giving tax cuts to the most fortunate or a president who believes in making college affordable for all americans. a person who wanted to keep don't ask/don't tell or a president who believes that who you love should not keep you from serving the country you love. believe me, having served two great presidents, when the fog of uncertainty that surrounds a crisis storms into the white house, and all the advisers and chiefs of staff have only guesses and hedges to offer the president, it will be the president's leadership that determines how we as a nation meet the challenges challenges e the middle class. it is the president's values that shape the future in which the middle class has hope, the person who takes the oath of office in the next four months will shape not just the next four years, but the next 40 years of this great nation. and these next four years, we need proven leadership, proven
. >> the older you get, the fewer syllables you need paragraph as far east as detroit, south of st. louis, super cell thunderstorms, hail and damaging winds. you can see they are already firing up from rhinelander, wisconsin all the way down to st. louis. rainfall one to three, as much as four inches of rain from rochester, minnesota, all way to te >> good morning. another warm and humid start. some storms could drop locally heavy amounts of rain. >>> and that's your latest weather. tamron. >> al, thank you. now to this morning's edition of "today's" professionals. here to weigh in star jones, donny deutsch and dr. nancy snyderman. good morning. >> i have my eyes closed. >> so rude. you leave it to her to dispose of it. >> like a man. >> moving on, like a woman, a strong woman, michelle obama's speech last night. i've read some of the reaction not just from democrats, not from liberals, republicans. michael steele said, quote, it was a hell of a speech. what do you say, star. >> i say 100%. my favorite line, women are more than capable of making decisions about their bodies and their health care
words, let detroit go bankrupt, or another president who had another four words, not on my watch. [cheers and applause] a person who believes i'm giving tax cuts to the most fortunate, or a president who believes in making college affordable for all americans? a person who wanted to keep don't ask don't tell, or a president who believed that to you love should not keep you from serving the country love? -- you love? [cheers and applause] when the fog of uncertainty that surrounds a crisis storms into the white house, all the advisers and chiefs of staff have only guesses and hedges to offer the president, it will be the president's leadership that determines how we as a nation meet the challenges that face the middle-class. it is the president paul sebelius that shaped the future in which the middle-class has hope. the president who takes the oath of office will ship not just the next four years, but the next 40 years of this great nation. these next four years -- we need proven leadership, judgment, and values. america needs four more years of barack obama. thank you, and god bl
have been in americ-corp. my city year watch. my daughter is in one of the toughest schools in detroit tutoring kids. she's totally committed to urban solutions and working with kids all over the country. my first did the same thing in new orleans. it's such a phenomenal opportunity at such little cost. government involvement but it's necessary service. >> cenk: you know, the military is as big a government as it gets. it's ironically hypocritical, we hate government, and then invading a country and using the biggest part of the government that we possibly can. if you're going to bring people together for the military. >> eliot: can we go to the other end of the spectrum that nick kristof has written about suicide among our veterans. more soldiers are dying by suicide than combat. and the response from the military is not as prompt as we would wish. put that aside. it's an issue that we need to deal with. psychological issue of combat seems to be much more severe than historically. >> john: and the president's call for increased mental health for our veterans which i hope we hear spoke
the desert southwest to the texas panhandle. >> triple digits in phoenix, dallas. 80s, detroit to the east coast. 70s from billings to minneapolis. >>> to the other side of the world now and an extraordinary apartment building. the garage is just one reason why only singapore's super rich live there. >> okay, you drive into it, leave the car there, take your own elevator to your apartment. your fanny car takes its own elevator, as well. also right to your apartment. what car doesn't need its own personal elevator? >> look at that. when it gets to your floor, the car is moved into place automatically. not only do residents never have to find parking, they can keep an eye on their fancy wheels whenever they're at home. oh! >> what if you drive a honda? beat-up honda? >> who cares? look at that. >> own fancy shack. >> amazing what people do who have way too much money. sweet, though. i like that. >> lamborghini? >>> coming up next, chad johnson makes an indelible statement about his troubled marriage. >>> and all the e-mail traffic involving michael jackson just days before he passed away. th
the right thing even when it isn't the easy thing. some studies shouldn't save detroit but president obama made the stuff and right call to save more than a million american jobs in an important iconic industry. [crowd cheering] some studies should move heaven and earth to get bin laden but president obama made the tough and right call to bring the worst terrorist in the world to justice. some even said he couldn't take on the big banks that brought our economy to its knees. but president obama made the tough and right call so taxpayers will never again been on the hook for wall street's risky bets.çç some study couldn't take on the insurance companies that were ripping us off. but president obama made the tough and right call to save lives, save medicare and ensure that no one goes broke just because they get sick. [crowd cheering] his whole life, there have been so many who told them what he shouldn't or couldn't do. but america has a president who knows what we must do. president obama has also faced down another group of naysayers. in addition to the crowds of the couldn'ted and sh
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